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Bel-Invest Proposes Wynwood Quartier Spread Over Six Properties

Bel-Invest Proposes Wynwood Quartier Spread Over Six Properties

Bel-Invest has submitted plans for the first (and largest) of six buildings planned as part of the Wynwood Quarter project.

The project will include six sites:

  • Block A – 8 stories, 143 residential units, 22,973 square feet of retail and 251 parking spaces
  • Block B – 8 stories, 39 residential units, 4,975 square feet of retail, and 42 parking spaces
  • Block C – 8 stories, 39 residential units, 5,573 square feet of retail and 39 parking spaces
  • Block D – 5 stories, 72 hotel rooms, 5,445 square feet of retail and no parking spaces
  • Block E – 8 and 5 stories, 48 residential units, 48 hotel rooms, 10,661 square feet of retail and 95 parking spaces
  • Block F – 8 stories, 7 residential units, 1,707 square feet of retail and two parking spaces

Plans show that some of the residential units will be micro-sized, with studios as small as 400 square feet.

The project was scheduled for review by the Wynwood Design Review Committee at a November meeting, which was cancelled.

Zyscovich is the architect.

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marc
marc

Love the industrial look.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I love everything about this project.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wynwood is in gentrification mode, and that is a good thing for City of Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

No need to haggle and debate about it city government, just approve and get outta the way so they can start building. This is the type of development that will reverse the brain drain and youth leaving that Miami has been experiencing for far too long.

transplant
transplant

yes some character in the neighborhood!

Hard to have the true hipster artist look considering 2018 prices in Wynwood but better than the generic crap Lennar just proposed in Wynwood.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wouldn’t call Lennar stuff “crap,” we do need to have some variety.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lennar Architects don’t belong to Wynwood.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So where are you building?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Game changer.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yup.. love what’s in store for Wynwood.

Anonymous
Anonymous

differnent..i like it! wish we had less Arquitectonica and more Zyscovich around town

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

Cool, walking distance to Wynwood Yard & O Cine…
Oh, right, never mind.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“Wynwood Yard & O Cine…?”

Dude is worried about chicken when this developer is showing steaks.

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

I think this is a great looking project and the neighborhood can use more residential.
I just hope that the things that make Wynwood unique and interesting don’t all get eliminated in the process.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Top-notch.

Anonymous
Anonymous

8 Sites!? That’s great for business!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice different concept…… urban cities have to get used of this new culture of optimizing spaces and needs

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, but does Miami really need $1500 a month Micro units?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Only if they come with high paying jobs.

Miami Realist
Miami Realist

It sucks that Wynwood’s bars and hangout will disappear in a few years. We will see nothing but a bunch of cereal box shape condo’s. Wynwood will loose its vibe, just like the Grove did. I guess next coming area is the hood.. Liberty city…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Too much parking!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cluttered, ugly monstrosities.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Really and trully, none of these new buildings belong in wynwood

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s what Miami Beach used to say to black people.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What does that have to do with anything? I think you mean Jews anyway.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Read up on some history about Miami Beach and black people back in the day, probably before you were born. That’s not some BS I’m telling you.

I only mentioned that about Miami Beach and black people so that if you’re the person saying “none of these new buildings belong in wynwood” you can hopefully get the idea of how others felt when they were told that they to didn’t belong somewhere in Miami.

aceraroja
aceraroja

Maybe don’t comment if you think comparing racism to disliking architecture is a thing sane people do.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So was everywhere else in America fifty years ago, so what’s your point? You’re comparing apples to oranges. Maybe both are fruit, but one is a horrible practice and another is just horrible architecture.